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xekon
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Re: Help Making Scripts For New & Old Sources Pics Inside:

Postby xekon » Fri Oct 28, 2011 7:02 pm

here is a script i use on some pretty bad sources:

fluxsmoothST(5,5)
strength = 4
fft3dgpu(bw=8, bh=8, ow=4, oh=4, plane=0, bt=1, sigma=strength)
fft3dgpu(bw=256, bh=256, ow=128, oh=128, plane=0, bt=1, sigma=strength/8, sigma2=strength/4, sigma3=strength/2, sigma4=strength)
fluxsmoothT(3)
ttempsmooth(maxr=7)
AutoCrop(0,2,2,0,0,0,0,30,5,0,-1,0)
AWarpSharp2(128,4,0,44)
DeHalo_alpha(brightstr=2, ss=2.0)

If your gpu is older, you may want to trade out fft3dgpu for fft3dfilter, the 44 in AWarpSharp2 controls the line thinning(depth), decrease for less thinning.

you can actually preview the results as you edit the script if you use AvsP. best advice I can give is to load the script up in AvsP, and try commenting things out and changing values till you see what you like. In AvsP after you open a script just press F5 to load the preview window. When you make a change to the script and save it, just press F5 again or change the frame number by one frame.

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Re: Help Making Scripts For New & Old Sources Pics Inside:

Postby xekon » Sat Oct 29, 2011 9:40 pm

it appears I cannot edit my above post. Anyway, I forgot to mention one thing.
Depending on the source that level of denoising should clean it up, but you may encounter banding add GradFun3 to take care of banding:

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fluxsmoothST(5,5)
strength = 4
fft3dgpu(bw=8, bh=8, ow=4, oh=4, plane=0, bt=1, sigma=strength)
fft3dgpu(bw=256, bh=256, ow=128, oh=128, plane=0, bt=1, sigma=strength/8, sigma2=strength/4, sigma3=strength/2, sigma4=strength)
fluxsmoothT(3)
ttempsmooth(maxr=7)
AutoCrop(0,2,2,0,0,0,0,30,5,0,-1,0)
AWarpSharp2(128,4,0,44)
DeHalo_alpha(brightstr=2, ss=2.0)
GradFun3(0.3)


Only problem is this is a rather slow script, but when it comes to filtering the more quality you get, the more speed you have to give up.

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Re: Help Making Scripts For New & Old Sources Pics Inside:

Postby TEKnician » Mon Oct 31, 2011 1:02 pm

I thought Birdy was...oh, never mind. "Birdy the Mighty: Decode" and "Decode 2" was better quality.

Try check out THIS HELPFUL LITTLE GUIDE for filter suggestions and identifying certain defects.
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